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Founders FAQ with Ziad H. Moukheiber

Founders FAQ with Ziad H. Moukheiber

What is Boston Harbor Angels?

Boston Harbor Angels is an angel investing group founded in 2005. The group is one of the most successful angel groups in the country. The members of Boston Harbor Angels are very successful professionals with deep industry and angel investing expertise.

What industry does the group invest in?

Even though we are very well known for life science investments because of our location in Boston, the group also invests in IT, consumer […]

Investor Roundtable: The Fundraising Journey

Investor Roundtable: The Fundraising Journey

Hear firsthand from two founders, Laurel Taylor of FutureFuel.io and Marian Leitner-Waldman of Archer Roose about their journey to raise money for their ventures. Moderated by Ziad Moukheiber,   President of Boston Harbor Angels, this roundtable is a must for anyone looking to embark on a fundraising campaign and for those who teach and generate research around entrepreneurs          interested in venture capital to help accelerate their businesses.

https://www.babson.edu/academics/centers-and-institutes/center-for-womens-entrepreneurial-leadership/diana-international-research-institute/diri-events/

Diana International Research Institute (DIRI) – Investor Roundtable: The Fundraising Journey Fireside Chat featuring Ziad Moukheiber

SUMMARY

Join us for DIRI’s Investor Roundtable entitled The Fundraising Journey: A Fireside Chat featuring Ziad Moukheiber, President and CEO of Boston Harbor Angels as Moderator, Laurel Taylor of FutureFuel.io and Marian Leitner-Waldman of Archer Roose.

Ziad Moukheiber is CEO of Boston Harbor Angels, one of the leading angel investing groups in the US. He is also Managing Partner at BeaconHill Ventures LLC, an angel and early stage investment firm based in Boston Massachusetts focusing on Life Sciences and IT.

Laurel Taylor is the Founder, CEO and […]

Ask An Angel

Ziad Moukheiber, President and CEO of Boston Harbor Angels, will be featured in TCN’s upcoming Ask An Angel session.

Founders, want to get real-time feedback from angel investors without the pressure of a formal pitch session? Wondering how coronavirus will impact startup fundraising? Want to get some clarity on market strategy, resources, and fundraising tips?

The Capital Network is hosting an online Q&A session with experienced angel investors to give you the opportunity to ask your burning questions […]

YSIF December 10th: How to Raise Angel Capital

Panel featuring Ziad Moukheiber, President and CEO of Boston Harbor Angels.

TOPIC: How to Raise Angel Capital
HOST: Dr. James Boyle, Exec. Director of Venture Development, OCR
MODERATOR: Kristin King, MBA, VP of Corporate Development & Strategy: Defibtech
PRESENTERS/AGENDA:
• Ziad H. Moukheiber: President and CEO, Boston Harbor Angels Inc.
• Anthony Gellert: Founder, Livingston Ventures

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WFS GXS Conference

The flagship WFS Tech Conference for CEOs, founders, and investors of software and IT companies, covering Tech M&A: investment, growth, strategy, buyouts, sales, and mergers. Insights from: private equity, VC, angels, strategic buyers, M&A advisors, and CEOs who’ve had a successful exit. Ziad Moukheiber, President and CEO of Boston Harbor Angels, is one of the speakers. Read more >>

Three Investors Offer Fundraising Tips for Early-stage Startups

Three early-stage investors spoke with the Greentown Labs community this month about different types of investors, how to build investor relationships, and advice for approaching fundraising in an uncertain economy. The panel, which was part of Greentown’s Investor Speaker Series, featured Deb Kemper, managing partner of Golden Seeds Ventures, Christopher Mirabile, chair emeritus and public policy chair emeritus of the Angel Capital Association, and Ziad H. Moukheiber, president and CEO of Boston Harbor Angels. Read more >>

Venture Monitor: Massachusetts Top Deals and Startup Exits of Q1

The first quarter of the new decade kicked off with a bang, even if it ended on a low note. As the effects of COVID-19 takes its toll on startup investing, Q1 2020 might very well be the first and the last normal quarter as the economy tries to get back on track…“Angel investors are going to see their overall net worth go down if the economy continues to slow down. So that’s an impact on their investment abilities. […]